The Roasted Berries Special Research is a new Special Research introduced in Pokemon Go as part of the Tepig Community Day event. This Special Research quest is available only for ticket holders and only those who have a ticket will be able to participate and complete all quest stages, tasks and earn cool bonuses.
Pokemon Go’s Tepig Community Day event goes live on July 3, 2021, from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM featuring Tepig as the Special Pokemon, its shiny forms, one-time purchase Community Day Box, $1 event-exclusive Special Research story, and other bonuses.
The Roasted Berries Special Research has four parts and players must complete the given tasks to earn cool rewards, Pokemon encounters, and shiny Pokemon.
Roasted Berries Tasks and Rewards
Roasted Berries Stage 1/4
- Power up Pokemon 10 times: x15 PokeBall
- Catch 15 Tepig: Tepig
- Make 5 Nice Throws: x20 Tepig Candy
- Rewards: x2,000 Stardust, Tepig, and x1 Incense
Roasted Berries Stage 2/4
- Catch 15 Tepig: x30 Tepig Candy
- Transfer 10 Pokemon: Pignite
- Evolve 3 Tepig: x10 PinapBerry
- Rewards: 1,500 XP, Tepig, and x1 Incense
Roasted Berries Stage 3/4
- Make 3 Great Curveball Throws: x50 Tepig Candy
- Evolve 1 Pignite: x1 Star Piece
- Transfer 10 Pokemon: x10 GreatBall
- Rewards: 2,500 XP, x1 Rocket Radar, and x15 Ultra Ball
Roasted Berries Stage 4/4
- Claim Reward: x2 Silver Pinap Berry
- Claim Reward: Tepig
- Claim Reward: 3,500 XP
- Rewards: 3,000 Stardust, Emboar, and x2 Rare Candy
Roasted Berries Quest Storyline
Hey there, %PLAYERNAME%! Good to see you. Do have anything fun planned for today?
I’ll be attending a picnic with the team leaders, myself.
I must say, though, I was having a pretty hard time deciding what I should bring. Candela’s in charge of sandwiches, Spark is handling refreshments, and Blanche is bringing shaved ice, so the bases are all pretty well covered.
Walking always clears my head, so I took a stroll and ended up spotting a large group of Tepig near where I normally pick my go-to snack, Pinap Berries.
And suddenly—inspiration! Did you know Tepig loves to eat roasted Berries, Trainer?
The Fire Pig Pokémon blows fire balls through its nose and roasts the berries before it eats them.
Roasted Berries sound like a great picnic snack, don’t you think? And speaking of, I need to start getting them ready. Why don’t you go check out the Tepig in the meantime?
Welcome back, Trainer.
Ah, I see you’ve caught a Tepig of your own! They make terrific companions in all aspects of life.
Tepig evolves into Pignite, which, like Tepig, is known as the Fire Pig Pokémon.
When Pignite’s internal fire flares up, its movements grow sharper and faster. Whatever it eats becomes fuel for the flame in its stomach. Must do wonders for digestion!
Oh! That reminds me—I need to check on my roasted Berries.
While I finish up my picnic preparations, why don’t you see about evolving your Tepig into Pignite?
Hello again, %PLAYERNAME%. The Berry-roasting process is going swimmingly, and the whole place smells delicious!
Just when I thought Pokémon couldn’t inspire me any more than they already do, here I am taking cooking tips from Tepig. Haha!
Nice Pignite, by the way! Very round. Did you know that Pignite can evolve? Its Evolution is a Pokémon called Emboar.
Emboar is known to heat up its punches by setting its fists ablaze with its fiery chin. It’s also known to care deeply about its friends.
Speaking of friends, I should let the team leaders know that I’ll be on my way soon.
How about evolving your Pignite into Emboar, Trainer? I’d love to see its fiery beard firsthand.
Fantastic work, %PLAYERNAME%! Your Emboar is truly a sight to see!
This powerful Fire- and Fighting-type Pokémon is known as the Mega Fire Pig Pokémon.
According to my research, Emboar is a master of fast and powerful Fighting-type attacks.
And wow… Look at that beard of fire. What do you think, Trainer? Could you see me with one of those?
Haha, only joking! I’m sure I’d find it far too itchy.
Anyway, I should let you get back to exploring. And I should get to that picnic!
Have a wonderful weekend, and keep up all the hard work. It’s always a joy to see how much you’ve grown as a Trainer each time we meet.
I’ll be in touch soon with some more research opportunities. Or who knows—maybe even some recipes!
Now, let’s GO!